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Overview of Rushaga Gorilla Camp
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Luxury Double or Twin Room
About this area
- Nkuringo Visitors Center - 51 min drive
- Lake Bunyonyi - 51 min drive
- Kabale Golf Club - 103 min drive
- Kabale Regional Referral Hospital - 104 min drive
- Kabale University - 105 min drive
- Where to eat
- On-site dining venue – Restaurant with a bar offering international cuisine. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
About this property
Rushaga Gorilla Camp
Food and drink
Special check-in instructions
Children and extra beds
Payment types at the property
The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at the time of service, check-in or check-out.
- Airport shuttle fee: USD 300 per vehicle (one way)
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
You need to know
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
- Guests must contact this property in advance to reserve cots/infant beds. Please note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property. The policies listed are provided by the property.
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Frequently asked questions
- Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, property conditions & facilities, room comfort
Great location & stay near Bwindi
Rushaga gorilla camp was a wonderful two night stay and very convenient to the gorilla trecking at Rushaga gate. The food was all good, the staff was friendly, and the rooms were comfortable and quaint. The only negatives were that the staff, on more than one occasion, offered to do something and then later told me the cost. That is bad customer service- it's not that the costs were too high- but that there was no expectation of having to pay. For example- one of the staff offered gloves for me to use on the trek- that ended up being almost $10 to rent the gloves that I only found out upon check-out. Someone also stopped by my room to offer to clean my shoes. Again, I said that I could do it but the staff member insisted- again, there was a cost associated with that. I encourage you to let your staff know that this is not good practice and that people will be more than willing to pay but they need to know up front.